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Cody Coggins took care of the defensive side for the Medford Mustangs and got plenty of support offensively as Medford opened the 16-team Fourth of July Tournament at Reno High School in Nevada with an 11-2 rout of the Boise Capitals late Thursday night.Coggins limited Boise to three hits through six innings, striking out 10 with only two walks in a dominant effort, while the Mustangs (18-7) belted out 16 hits overall.“It was a great way to start the tournament,”...

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It's hard to believe that adding some decorative brick facing to a parking garage should cost the better part of a million dollars. Still, a reasonably attractive parking structure for the new Medford Police Department headquarters would be...

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Ashland LDS celebrates 50 yearsThe Ashland congregation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will celebrate 50 years in the chapel in a service at 6 p.m. Friday, July 3, at 111 Clay St., Ashland. The chapel...

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Mourning June KranenburgWe mourn the untimely death of June Kranenburg and her husband in a plane crash.June was a great person and a gifted dance instructor. She had a wonderful inclusive manner so that even the...

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For many, rock climbing typifies extreme sports, where risk-taking daredevils push the boundaries of safety and sanity for the sake of a thrill. That's an image  professional rock climber Peter Dixon would like to change.The...

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OCEAN OUTLOOKCOASTWIDE: Small-craft advisories and hazardous seas warnings have been issued through tonight, but look for winds and seas to settle down through the Fourth of July weekend to where Sunday...

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JACKSONVILLE — City Planning Director Amy Stevenson, who sometimes found herself between property owners who wanted projects and commissions charged with upholding codes, has tendered her resignation.City officials will not replace...

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Late in the evening on April 13, speaking to a meeting of about 55 senators, Secretary of State John Kerry argued against passage of the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, claiming it would complicate negotiations. (The White House had already...

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A hot summer can be a tough time for mountain bikers. It's the time of year we most like to play, but overheating is no fun. These five trail systems, all worthy destinations in their own right, offer varying combinations of shade, elevation,...

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Any updates about Comcast coming to Medford to replace Charter? — Paul, by emailWhy, yes, there is an update: It's not happening, at least not anytime soon.We hate to say it, but...

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July 3, 1915Editorial: THE SISKIYOU HIGHWAYState Engineer Cantine states that the newly built Siskiyou highway is the finest mountain highway in the west and is not excelled in the east.A commission from...

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